OneLogin Workforce Identity Scalability

ManojKumar4
Regional Operations Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is one issue with OneLogin that we haven't really tested yet. We haven't put that much load on the software directly to test the scalability. Given the number of users that we cater to, it performs quite well. There are different customers of ours using the solution. The biggest customer might have around ten thousand internet users who are using this. With OneLogin we manage the typical roles of the client, like developers, managers, internet employees, etc. Those are the kind of people that we are regulating. We do not require more than two people for the deployment. For maintenance, we always give one day for the allocation, but there are not many maintenance tasks. We have one person enrolled as the maintenance support consultant per project. OneLogin is still the market's most exemplary solution. Slowly our use of OneLogin is increasing. I wouldn't say it is very extensively used currently, but our goal is to have more and more customers use it. View full review »
reviewer1277799
Senior Support Specialist at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Scalability-wise, we haven't deployed it completely. Right now, we are looking for something that may be more compatible with our requirements. We are not yet finalized on the features that we need. We have biometric devices that need to be created and finished as well and so we want users to have both password and biometric sign-in capabilities. Therefore, we've yet to attempt to scale the solution and I wouldn't be able to speak to how hard or easy it is in general. View full review »
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